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Examples of Serbian Food

Croatian (krafne or pokladnice), bosnian (krofne), serbian (krofne) and slovenian (krof) desserts similar to doughnuts (but without holes).
Example of Krafne recipe.

Pljeskavica is eaten in serbia, bosnia, croatia, montenegro and macedonia and can be found in slovenia, hungary, romania, bulgaria.
Example of Pljeskavica recipe.

Kulen is a type of flavoured sausage made of minced pork that is traditionally produced in croatia (slavonia) and serbia (vojvodina), and its designation of origin has been protected.
Example of Kulen recipe.

Moussaka is an aubergine-based dish of the balkans and the middle east.
Example of Moussaka recipe.

Polenta is a dish made from boiled cornmeal.
Example of Polenta recipe.

Popara is a meal made with left over or fresh bread.
Example of Popara recipe.

Koliva is boiled wheat which is used liturgically in the eastern orthodox and greek-catholic churches.
Example of Koliva recipe.

Kifli is a traditional hungarian yeast bread or pastry rolled into a crescent shape.
Example of Kifli recipe.

Tufahije is a balkan dessert made of walnut-stuffed apples stewed in water with sugar, very popular in bosnia and herzegovina.
Example of Tufahije recipe.

2 simits in wrapping paper.
Example of Simit recipe.

Cesnica is a kind of soda bread made on christmas morning, in serbian tradition.
Example of Cesnica recipe.

Ordinary palatschinke, sprinkled with sugar. Example of Palatschinken recipe.